Val d'Isère is located in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France, less than 5 km from the Italian border.
The resort has more than 300 km of slopes, with special emphasis on the area of Col de l'Iseran which offers breathtaking views of the valleys of glacial origin.
Considered one of the ski capitals, Val d'Isère is the scene of several international alpine skiing events. It is one of the places of choice for advanced practitioners, but there is also room for those who start now in skiing.
Grandvalira is a ski resort that extends for 201 km, from Pas de La Casa on the border with France to Encamp.
The Pas de la Casa sector is the oldest and one of the best known in Andorra. It started operating in 1957, and is now mandatory for all those who wish to ski in the Pyrenees. The resort is connected to other Andorran ski resorts, as is the case of Soldeu / El Tarter.
The resort of Grandvalira is ideal for intermediate practitioners, offering a wide range of support infrastructures such as ski schools, equipment rental and specialized shops.
St. Moritz is one of the most luxurious resorts in Europe and a meeting point for international celebrities.
In addition to the infrastructures associated with snow sports, there are also boutiques, restaurants, hotels and luxury shops here.
With 350 km of slopes, divided by four sectors, St. Moritz has an extensive ski area, sure to snow. The runs are particularly suited to intermediate level runners.
The medieval town of Kitzbühel or Kitz, as it is also known, is located in the Tyrol region of Austria and is one of the most popular snow resorts in the country. The ski resort offers 185 km of slopes and over 50 lifts.
Given the configuration and slopes of the slopes, this is the ideal destination for intermediate and advanced practitioners.
The more experienced can venture into the Streif track, considered one of the most difficult in the world.